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BIArch Open Lecture of the Spring 2010 Cycle: Stan Allen

BIArch Open Lecture of the Spring 2010 Cycle: Stan Allen

A couple of days ago we featured the first BIArch Open Lecture by Yung Ho Chang. The second of the BIArch Open Lectures of the Spring 2010 cycle was delivered on June 11th by Stan Allen, principal of Stan Allen Architect and Dean of the Princeton University School of Architecture (SOA). The lecture was titled “From Object to Field (and back).” Stan Allen will be part of the faculty for the first edition of the Institute’s MBIArch Master’s Degree in Architecture program.

Introduction was conducted by Madrid-based architect Arturo Franco, editor of Arquitectura COAM Magazine. You can see the introduction video after the break.

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Sebastian Jordana

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "BIArch Open Lecture of the Spring 2010 Cycle: Stan Allen" 15 Jul 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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